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"Everything You Want is There": The Place of the Reserve in First Nations' Homeless Mobility
This study examines the role of rural reserves in the mobility strategies of First Nations homeless participants, who were interviewed in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, a town in Canada's centralExpand
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“You Can Make a Place for it”: Remapping Urban First Nations Spaces of Identity
Contemporary research on migration, particularly those studies drawing upon theories of transnationalism, demonstrates the ways in which social relations are stretched across spaces, allowingExpand
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Our City Indians: Negotiating the Meaning of First Nations Urbanization in Canada, 1945-1975
Contemporary cultural criticism has celebrated the potential of the idea of the “traveling native” for disrupting cultural assumptions about the modern “nation.” The focus has been on movementsExpand
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Emerging Themes in Academic Research in Urban Aboriginal Identities in Canada, 1996-2010
Abstract This paper reviews academic work on urban Aboriginal identities in Canada since the publication of the urban issue-specific report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, published inExpand
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“[W]e do not lose our treaty rights outside the... reserve”: challenging the scales of social service provision for First Nations women in Canadian cities
Recent work in political geography has emphasised how scale plays a role in constituting relationships and identities. Historically, the Canadian federal government has taken responsibilities forExpand
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Creating anti-colonial geographies : embracing Indigenous peoples' knowledges and rights
1 Department of Anthropology and Geography, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, P.O. Box 880368, Lincoln, NE 68588-0368, USA. 2 Department of Geography, University of Canterbury, Private Bag 4800,Expand
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Geographies of Aboriginal people in Canada
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Aboriginal Communities and Urban Sustainability
Foreword It is now widely acknowledged that Canada's cities need help if they are to reach their economic potential and offer a high quality of life to their citizens. Indeed, there is growingExpand
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